Archive for Thursday, January 6, 2005

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School closing decision delay senseless
January 6, 2005
Deaths
January 6, 2005
Baldwin Briefs
January 6, 2005
Ruona selected to Shrine Bowl
January 6, 2005
Baldwin High School senior Kyle Ruona was one of 68 football players from around the entire state invited to the 2005 Kansas Shrine Bowl.
New Years Eve busy in Baldwin City
January 6, 2005
Many Baldwin City residents celebrated the new year by going to the local bar and grills, as opposed to traveling to a larger, surrounding city.
Ice storm causes power outages; schools closed
January 6, 2005
Mother Nature unleashed the much-anticipated ice storm Tuesday, coating power lines and tree limbs most notably, which caused a rash of electrical outages in Baldwin City overnight. The continued cold and road conditions also prompted Baldwin School District officials to cancel Thursday’s scheduled return to school. Terry McKinney, utility director, said early Wednesday morning that the freezing rain contributed to three different electrical transformer “blow ups,” which caused a series of outages mostly in north and east Baldwin.
New council locale doesn’t change discussion topics
January 6, 2005
There was a new “venue” for Monday night’s Baldwin City Council meeting, but the topics remained the same for the most part.
How did Baldwin fare this time with ice?
January 6, 2005
Baker fields near completion
January 6, 2005
The second phase of the reconstruction to the Charlie Richard Sports Complex is coming close to being completed for the spring sports season.
BHS games are iced
January 6, 2005
Baldwin High School’s basketball teams will have to wait until Tuesday to play its first home games, as its games against Ottawa were postponed due to weather on Jan. 4.
Interterm interesting at BU
January 6, 2005
The month of January offers many Baker University students a chance to step out of the ordinary classroom and into a whole new world of learning. Every year, Baker offers its Interterm program between the fall and spring semesters. Interterm gives students an opportunity to learn a more fun subject or even travel to a foreign country.